In constructing a new gallery on the history of the SEC’s regional offices to be launched later this year, the Historical Society conducted nine related oral histories over the course of the past year: Wayne M. Carlin, Marc Fagel, Merri Jo Gillette, Daniel M. Hawke, Donald Hoerl, Kenneth Israel, Carmen J. Lawrence, Walter G. Ricciardi, and Lori A. Richards. Here, we feature three extraordinary women interviewed, each of whom played integral roles not only in the regional offices where they served, but as major forces in the SEC as a whole.
As part of a larger project to construct a gallery on the regulation of corporate disclosure, we filmed a special program that explores the SEC’s role in the development of financial reporting requirements and accounting standards with several of the Commission’s Chief Accountants and individuals who served in the Office of the Chief Accountant (“OCA”). The program provides perspectives on serving in OCA at the SEC and explores the important role that the office plays in the regulation of financial reporting, accounting standards and auditor independence.
This program is made possible through the generous support of Deloitte & Touche LLPGo to Programs Section
The SEC Historical Society is pleased to share its 2021 annual report. This report contains the highlights of Virtual Museum-related projects, the audited financial statements, and the lists of donors and contributors for the year 2021. This, and all other annual reports of the Society, may be accessed.Read Annual Report
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